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CHALLENGING THE SECOND LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS
Posted on Thursday, February 26, 2009 @ 22:18:54 GMT by vlad

Science Anthony Craddock writes: New DVD in "Energy from the Vacuum"TM Series

The reflexive response from mainstream science about the possibility of producing free energy from the vacuum is that it is not possible as this would violate the second law of thermodynamics.

Over the last 20 years the absolute status of the second law has come under increased scrutiny, more than during any other period in its 180-year history.  Since the early 1980's, roughly 50 papers representing over 20 challenges have appeared in the refereed scientific literature.  In July 2002, the first conference on its status was convened at the University of San Diego, attended by 120 researchers from 25 countries.   In 2004, the mainstream scientific journal Entropy published a special edition devoted to second law challenges.  And, in July 2004, an echo of the first conference was held in Prague, Czech Republic.



The breadth and depth of recent challenges are remarkable.  They span three orders of magnitude in temperature, twelve orders of magnitude in size;  they are manifest in condensed matter, plasma, gravitational, chemical, and biological physics;  they cross classical and quantum mechanical boundaries.  Several have strong corroborative experimental support, and laboratory tests attempting bona fide violation are on the horizon.  Considered en masse, the second law's absolute status can no longer be taken for granted, nor can challenge to it be casually dismissed.

In this 90 minute DVD, University of San Diego physics professor Dr. Daniel Sheehan, who co-hosted the two conferences, gives us a tour of the field as seen through the mainstream eyes of an honest seeker of the truth.  A dynamic, fascinating and entertaining speaker, he shows that all is not well with the concept of the inviolability of the second law.

The DVD can be ordered at http://www.energyfromthevacuum.com/Disc8/

Tony Craddock
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Re: CHALLENGING THE SECOND LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS (Score: 1)
by ElectroDynaCat on Friday, February 27, 2009 @ 12:44:59 GMT
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Way off base, without the Laws of Thermodynamics, an FE/OU device has no chance of functioning.
Know and apply the 2nd Law properly, and FE/OU  becomes a reality.
An FE/OU device has to be a heat engine where the source and sink is the vacuum itself.
Ordinarily in a conventional heat engine, sources and sinks are separated by space.
In an FE/OU device, sources and sinks are separated in time.




Energy from the Vacuum Trailer now posted on YouTube (Score: 1)
by vlad on Saturday, February 28, 2009 @ 19:36:19 GMT
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The trailer for "Energy from the Vacuum"TM - Part 8 - Challenging the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics, has now been posted at

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rM7y22j6xkE

[www.youtube.com]Regards

Tony Craddock
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The Tom Bearden Website
www.cheniere.org [www.cheniere.org]



Tom Bearden: The Early Years: Moray, Sweet and Anti-Gravity (Score: 1)
by vlad on Sunday, March 15, 2009 @ 11:50:35 GMT
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"Energy from the Vacuum" Series Part 9: Tom Bearden: The Early Years: Moray, Sweet and Anti-Gravity. (90 minutes)

This is the classic “fireside chat” with Tom Bearden that you always wanted to have.

Not only that, it is a de facto energy briefing for the incoming Obama administration involving the real new energy, and not the same old tired solutions that are currently being trotted out.

There is no energy source “greener” than tapping into the inexhaustible pollution-free energy from the vacuum tm.

Wide ranging in scope as always, Tom proceeds by reviewing his early attempts to resurrect the Moray devices with Henry Moray's son John, before moving on to share details of his long association with the legendary Floyd Sweet.

The discussion then turns to the celebrated anti-gravity experiments, about which Tom spares no details.  And of course the use of negative energy—sadly missing from our textbooks—is an ongoing theme throughout the piece.

Of particular interest is Tom's discussion about how Floyd Sweet conditioned his magnets.

This DVD is a must for anyone who wants to familiarize themselves with this emerging “field that is not yet a field” as Tom Bearden so aptly describes it.

And you will once again appreciate Tom's special gift for communication, as he makes you feel like a participant in this intimate dialogue.

Note: three short segments have appeared in previous DVDs, but they are repeated here as they are in their original context and unedited.

Source: http://www.energyfromthevacuum.com/Disc9/index.html [www.energyfromthevacuum.com]

Also see: Energy from the Vacuum - Multi-part Series [peswiki.com]







 

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